Orlando Pirates will be without one of their experienced and key players for their DStv Premiership match against Swallows.
The Buccaneers are scheduled to host Swallows at Orlando Stadium on Saturday while still searching for their first win of the season and currently sitting in 11th place on the log, while the Dube Birds are 7th on the standings and with four points from one win and a draw.
Happy Jele and Thulani Hlatshwayo were the two centre-backs for Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids against Gallants, while Sandile Mthethwa who has since been loaned to Chippa United was on the bench.
I'm not a Pirates fans but I wish to see the young boys now because they want to play,not those who enjoys money.
He is one of the luckiest guy to be playing 4 Orlando Pirates. We can be da whole season without him. His presence doesn't make any difference infact make things worse.
We are happy bcause he is costing us big times eventually must be arrested until the contract expired actually he is lucky to play our beloved team.
Experience defender You must be kidding That hornless cow is costing us big time. Most of us were happy when he got red carded.
Even at Kaizer Chiefs the so called experienced key player is Jersey number 25 Bernard Parker, South African Football is really shocking.
Some people actually don't see what's happening here this guy's every month they are paying those guys from management so jitas just forget about them leaving the club anytime soon.
Experienced and key what?How can they you let Mthokozisi Dube go and leave that cow,pirates management.
Let's not forget that if Khune gets to be in the lineup, it would not be his fault. Coaches decision.
I believed he was pushed and pitso wont be allowed to bring any assistance coach outside of Egypt
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